Randy Pitchford Will Have a Chat to Decide Borderlands 2’s Linux Port

By   /   Apr 19, 2014

President of Gearbox Software, Randy Pitchford has tweeted that he will be having a chat on his Twitter account about bringing Borderlands 2 to Linux platform.

Borderlands 2 was one of the biggest games of 2012 and released on almost all the major platforms except Linux. Many of the users have switched from Windows to Linux in last couple of years and that is why there is so much demand of the game on the platform.

Borderlands 2 was set in the world of Pandora just like the first game in the series. The players play as one of four different classes available with each providing their own unique gameplay style.

The game focuses on the online cooperative campaign and random loot, which can range from weapons, shields to some character building elements.

Looking at the popularity, sales and the demand of the game, it wouldn’t be much of surprise if developers do decide to port Borderlands 2 on Linux.

Are you looking forward to chat with the president of Gearbox Randy Pitchford and convincing him to port the game on Linux? Let us know by commenting below!

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